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Need a little Help with ZoneAlarm.


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Yea, I make up phrases. >_>;

Anyway, Zone Alarm detects my home page as insecure sometimes, but lets it load other times.

I wanna know if it's possible to set a specific page as secure, and I know for a fact that the homepage is secure. It's the default home page from our ISP.

EDIT: Never mind, got a different Fire Wall. Seems to be working fine. Thanks anyway.

Edited by Menos, 01 September 2006 - 09:18 AM.

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Glad you figured it out. Although ZoneAlarm could also have been fixed.
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Ehh, well. If you know a solution, I'd be happy to hear it.

Apperently firewalls in general don't like me. >_<
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To fix that ZoneAlarm problem, I have to know what version you are using. Please post back what version of ZoneAlarm you had installed.
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I'm not sure if this is it, but this is all I could find without re-installing.

Sorry, lousy short term memory.

"6.0.667.0"

I doubt that's what you're looking for, but I can't find anything else. Sorry. : /
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If you use the free version, download the latest version here

http://www.filehippo...zonealarm_free/

Choose clean install (not upgrade)

Also consider Comodo, though only install one

Last summer, PC Magazine rounded up free personal firewall products from Agnitum, Kerio, Sygate, and Zone Labs. (Symantec has since purchased Sygate and pulled it from the market; Sunbelt has purchased and rebranded the Kerio product.) They all did a decent job, though none was up to the standard of the best for-pay personal firewalls. Comodo Personal Firewall 2.0 brings excitement back to the free-firewall category with a spiffy interface and impressive performance. It protects any Windows 2000 or XP SP2 system from hack attacks, and it blocks unauthorized programs from using the Internet—even programs whose malware-style trickery fooled the other free firewalls.

http://www.personalf...gistration.html

Install it when you get the license code
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Err, Kerio seems to be working fine again.

But if it starts blocking it again, I'll do that, thank you for the solution, really. (b'-')b

*stumbles off muttering "Everyone loves the thumbs up kirby... EVERYONE."*
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Hi guys, I'm new here, don't know if I can just continue on a simillar subject or do I have to start a new topic??

any way, new to Zone alarm....... so I need help with it...
how do I block certain exe files from going online?? thats all i need...
thanks!
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